Florence Scripps Kellogg
school this fall, while we shall miss her terribly I know it is the best thing for her. I don't know how we are going to part with "Winnie SkyLark" either. She expects to start for home about the middle of SeptAs you were good enough to say you would give me your opinion on my verses, I enclose a few of them.I can not tell you how much your presence added to our enjoyment of the Yosemite trip, & we hope to have the pleasure of seeing you at "Highlawn" in the near future.Most affec. yours,Florence Scripps Kellogg.HighlawnAltadena, CalDear Mr. Muir:Your good letter was most welcome & enjoyed by us all. We have spoken of you often & meant to write you so that you wouldn't quite forget your travelling companions, but our days have been full ones.A good deal of our time is devoted to my father in reading to him.05646
[ca. 1913 Aug]
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0700
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